Three former Seaboard System GE B36-7s burst out of Covington Tunnel with a southbound piggyback train at Covington, Kentucky, on September 24, 1988. Lead unit No. 5806 has recently been stencille... (more)
Conrail's sixty B36-7s, Nos. 5000-5059, were purchased in 1983 and were often used for high-speed intermodal service as seen here in the fall of 1987.
CSX B36-7 leads SP GP60 9618 and B39-8 8014.
3600-horsepower units are the order of the day, as a B36-7/F45/SD45-2/SD45 combination has brought an eastbound train over Cajon Pass and is off to the races through Hesperia, California.
An 81 car eastbound Santa Fe grain train approached the New Mexico border as it rolls through Lupton, Arizona.
Spring has bought lush green foliage back to the hills around the Susquehanna River as a westbound Conrail COFC train rolls through Aqueduct, Pennsylvania.
Picked over and without much of a viable future left, 5857 waits out a fall evening in Paris, KY likely next to make a move with aid from a scrapper.
There isn't much going on at TTI these days, what little there is happens with a transloading operation in the yard at Paris, KY. 5819 is one of just a couple of locos on the roster still active t... (more)
CR 5023, a B23-7 has the lead on two Dash 8-40Bs handling a coil train from the Burns Harbor area through Porter, IN on its way east. A CP trackage rights train waits its turn to divert off the CR... (more)
A quartet of TTI B36-7's bring a loaded coal train through the small community of Ewing,KY. I wish this could be seen again!
Plowing Snow. A mid March storm has dumped 12+ inches of snow on Eastern PA. One of the first trains through Pottstown after the storm was TV-2. After taking the photo, I had just enough... (more)
A trio of former Seaboard System B36-7s leads a northbound intermodal train on the former C&EI through Dolton. Tom Golden photo.
TTI has just reached the crossover in Maysville, next to Caproni's. After some switching is finished, they will head to their terminal on the other end of town.
A scene that most likely will never be repeated. A wash out near Maysville on the line and coal business pretty much dormant for their service, has left the business dead. Several pieces of equipm... (more)